• Double Double room




TripAdvisor Review
24307 Reviews

Great location in Midtown Manhattan

The Row NYC (formally The Milford Plaza) was the largest hotel in New York when it opened its doors in 1928 and now boasts the urban grit and grandeur of today’s New York. All of the top attractions of Rockefeller Centre, Empire State Building, Madison Square Garden and Carnegie Hall are all within easy access along with the neighbourhoods of Soho, Greenwich Village and the Lower East Side. Located in the middle of Midtown Manhattan with shops, restaurants and the theatre district all within walking distance. Perfect location for Shopaholics with close proximity to Fifth Avenue.

  • Front row view to Times Square
  • Newly renovated guest rooms
  • Good value for money
  • Close to Theatre district

Hotel Features

Hotel Category

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  • 1331 rooms
  • Minimum age: 18
  • Floors have lift access: Yes

Main Facilities

  • Wifi

Board Basis Options

  • Room Only
Location Highlights


24307 Reviews 73% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 7042
  • Very Good 7937
  • Average 4705
  • Poor 2376
  • Terrible 2247

What to Expect

  • Location
  • Sleep Quality
  • Rooms
  • Service
  • Value
  • Cleanliness


Jul 15, 2019

Great host

the hotel is great not only for location but also for hoster name Junior. He is so generous and kind. We have a great vacation! The view in my room is also beautiful. This is locate in time square, so really convient.
Jul 15, 2019

Unequiped to deal with emergency situations.

New York City, New York

I stayed at this hotel, that is very creepy to start. The hallways are very dark, the rooms are tiny as is the bathroom and I got a view of nothing of value. Aside from that, upon arrival the staff were friendly and helpful and the location convenient in Times Square area. In room WiFi is hopelessly slow as is cell phone service. No room service, no coffee or tea in room. I went to the restaurant, which was fine, then went right to my room. A few minutes later the power blacked out for 2 hours. During this time there were zero warnings for the first 30 minutes. Then they announced on the intercom to only use the stairs. That was it. I called the concierge, to ask for help and was met with hostility. I asked if room service was available or if the restaurant was open, she said no and said I’d have to walk down 15 flights to get anything. At checkout, you would they woulda given everyone a second night or some kind of Apologv
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